Cyber Monday Kitchen Knife Deals 2019
If you’re like a lot of folks this week, you’re out looking for the next great deal. Here are BladeAdvisor, we’re specifically working to help our readers find the best deals on kitchen knives of all sorts this holiday season.
We’re updating the page below on a regular basis through the rest of the year to try and keep it updated with the all the best deals that are current. However, please excuse any mistakes or deals that have expired. Prices are changing very frequently and we’re doing our best to keep up and provide you with the most accurate information possible.
Cyber Monday may be over, but the deals are not!
Bookmark this page (ctrl-D) and check back often for the latest deals on kitchen knives.
Kitchen Knife Deals at Amazon
As you know, our favorite place to buy kitchen knives is Amazon. There are many reasons this is true, but good prices, wide selection, and easy returns are a few of them. Amazon also makes it easy to search their selection, and this week in particular, you’re looking for all the Cyber Week deals on kitchen knives…
The button above takes you to ALL of Amazon’s kitchen knife deals on Cyber Monday Week. If you’re looking for something specific, just click on the button above, then type what you’re looking for in the search box at the top of the page next to the word “deals”. This will search only the special Cyber Monday Week deals.
For example, if you’re looking for a santoku knife, type “santoku knife” in the box and you’ll only be directed to all of the santoku knifes on sale today.
If you’re interested in what we think are the best deals of the day, or are some really great knives you can get cheap today, take a look below. These are our favorite kitchen knife Cyber Monday deals.
Click on the images below to be taken to the deal!
Note: Some of these deals have additional coupons. If they exist, they are shown right below the price on the Amazon sales page and you MUST click the word “coupon” to get the dollar amount or percentage off!
Some of these deals are “lightning deals”, meaning they are time sensative. Hurry if you want one of these!
Kitchen Knife Set Deals
Cheap Kitchen Knife Sets
These knives aren’t the same quality as the ones listed above, but they are good deals and can provide you with some good savings if you don’t care so much about having high-end kitchen knives, but rather would like to put a nice looking cheap set in your kitchen.
Deals on Individual Kitchen Knives
Quick Kitchen Knife Shopping Guide
We hope you find what you’re looking for today. Cyber Monday is a fantasic day to shop for deals on kitchen knives! We’ve put together this quick little guide to help you pick out the best knives from those that are just cheap knives that aren’t good for your ktichen and won’t last.
Trusted Kitchen Knife Brands
As you can see in the deals above, there are many kitchen knife brands. We’re here to tell you that they’re not all created equal. There are some really good German manufacturers that have literally been around for hundreds of years (J.A. Henckels and Wusthof), some in Japan that make knives where swords are popular (Shun), and others that are new brands to the scene (Dalstrong and Cangshan). These are all top-of-the-line name brand kitchen knives.
Of course, you’ll also see several mass market kitchen brands that make knives as well like Calphalon, Cuisinart, and others. The quality of the build and the materials used are just not the same as the brands listed above. That doesn’t make them a bad deal though. Not everyone is looking for high-end knives. We just mention it so you understand why there is a price difference and so you keep an eye out for what might appear like a good deal, but isn’t.
Forged Blades vs. Stamped Blades
Forged blades are almost always stronger than stamped blades. This is because these blades are forged out of a single piece of solid deal typically are formed in such a way that they are stronger where they need to be stronger.
By contrast, stamped blades start out as a sheet of thin steel and are “stamped” out like cookies with a cookie cutter. This makes the area where the blade meets the handle incredibly weak and a point for most failures.
If all else is equal, you should always shoot for forged blades. That doesn’t mean buying a stamped blade is blade, just expect to pay less because it will likely last a shorter period of time.
Dishwaher Safe vs. Hand-Wash
Let’s just start out by saying that you should always hand-wash good kitchen knives. Even those made with stainless steel have a high carbon content in them to make the blade stronger. This means they can still rust over time and the detergents used in dishwashers are particularly tough on the blades.
If you insist on using a dishwasher, make sure the knives you are buying are rated as dishwasher safe. You’ll want knives that are made entirely of stainless steel or some combination with plastic handles. We recommend that you NEVER put knives with wood handles in the dishwasher, you’re just asking for trouble!
Warranty and Returns
This should go without saying, but making sure you’re buying a quality kitchen knife from a manufacturer that will stand behind it is important. There are plenty of cheap kitchen knives available that are just junk. They are even marketed sometimes, made to look like a great deal. By ensuring there is some sort of warranty, hopefully a lifetime warranty, you’ll know it’s a good knife.
In addition, always make sure when buying a knife or knives over the internet that there is a good return policy. This is one of the main reasons we recommend doing your kitchen knife shopping on Amazon as they typically have a great return policy if you’re not happy for some reason or another.